The White Sox will need to sign some free agents this season, and some of them might currently be on the roster.
Granderson would be the first installment of what is, if you’re inclined to believe the sound bites, a three-year plan that involves more international spending, the draft, and mid-tier free agents instead of purchasing a team of superstars.
The trade deadline was just step one in a multi-tiered process, and the part that we can’t know yet is how the White Sox plan to behave this offseason.
Hawk Harrelson, White Sox announcer and king of both hyperbole and tantrum, made what seemed to be an awfully pathetic statement during Monday’s game against the Yankees.
White Sox GM Rick Hahn stopped by the Hit And Run Show Sunday morning on 670 The Score and praised All-Star pitcher Chris Sale for having a great season.
There’s a mantra that will lead the organization in the right direction: You’ve gotta walk before you can win.
White Sox slugger Adam Dunn has cleared waivers and is eligible to be traded to any team, CBS Sports’ John Heyman reports.
According to a report from 670 The Score contributor Ken Rosenthal, White Sox outfielder Alex Rios has been claimed off waivers.
Ventura shouldn’t get a free pass when it comes to taking responsibility for his team’s performance, but at the most basic level, it’s hard to see what another manager could have done with such a flawed roster.
Something good is happening, and it’s visible in the hard numbers.
Right now for the Chicago White Sox, the days are darker than the team’s uniforms.
The White Sox, 25 games below .500, may be falling apart on the field, but general manager Rick Hahn isn’t necessarily blaming manager Robin Ventura.
If you were expecting blockbuster trades, exploding rosters, and all-new faces on the White Sox today, the past few days might have seemed just a little anticlimactic to you.
White Sox general manager Rick Hahn looks to have the guts needed for a gut rehab of a team grown old, stale and bad
Jake Peavy pitched into the eighth inning and the Chicago White Sox beat Justin Verlander and Detroit 7-4 Thursday as the Tigers again played minus Miguel Cabrera.
Though we won’t have Sale anymore, we may get something we don’t have now — a team with a future.
It wasn’t abundantly clear in April that this would be the season where the White Sox came unhinged, but at the midway point, there’s little question that they are done for 2013.
Can White Sox fans — and Jerry Reinsdorf — stomach a total rebuild?
All we have of actual substance for the next couple months is baseball. Cold, cruel Chicago baseball.
GM Rick Hahn made a significant move to improve the White Sox’s depleted farm system